Public and Private Industry Supporters

Rudy Loera

Rudy Lorea smiling

Mr. Rudy Loera has been and continues to be an amazing advocate and supporters of students majoring in engineering and technologies. In addition, he continues his mentorship by energizing, inspiring and sharing insider knowledge during his guest lecturers. Mr. Loera has over 30 years of aerospace experience while working on projects such as USAF B-1, B-2 & B-21 Bomber, and the F-18 Navy Fighter Jet & F-5 USAF Fighter Jet. He has also worked on the X-47B Navy Unmanned Combat Vehicle (N-UCAV) and was part of the NASA Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV) project delivery team. Mr. Loera started his career working as a Financial Pricer and rose to Senior Pricing Lead. His next career move was as a material estimator on the B-2 Bomber. His final 10 years was spent as a Program Integration Manager which is like an orchestra leader responsible for all engineering disciplines, business/finance, security, IT, facilities infrastructure, and presentations to NASA and the Navy. Mr. Loera attended USC as an English and Drama major, has 2 years of credit towards his MBA from California State University, Los Angeles, and completed a Systems Engineering Certificate at Cal Tech.

In addition, to honor our men and women that serve, Mr. Rudy Loera’s brother, Marine Private First Class (Pfc) Salvador Loera, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo Loera of East Los Angeles, graduated from basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit in San Diego, CA. Pfc Salvador Loera was a 1967 graduate of Salesian High, Los Angeles, and attended East Los Angeles College. He was married twice and had a total of 5 children. Pfc died to soon in a car crash in 1985. We want to honor our men that serve with this picture and summary of Mr. Rudy Loera’s brother.

Sal Lorea and newspaper clipping

As for my brother Sal, He graduated from Salesian High in 1967, went to ELAC for a couple of years then joined the US Marines from 1970-1972. He was married twice and had total of 5 children, son from first wife and 4 from Stella 2nd wife. Worked at Continental Can company for over 10 years. Dies too soon in a car crash in 1985.

Flux Energy Systems

Group picture of Flux Energy Systems - Alison Brown, PE, Presidenet

Flux Energy Systems was founded in 2016 by Ms. Alison Brown, a current registered professional engineer in the State of CA and current Director of the LA Chapter of WRISE (Women in Renewable Industry and Sustainable Energy). Flux Energy Systems offers design and engineering services for alternative energy projects. Ms. Alison Brown has over 13 years of experience in renewable energy. She has worked with solar, battery, electric vehicle, fuel cell and smart grid technologies on projects ranging from remote, off-grid mountain cabins to industrial microgrids. When not working, Alison enjoys all that LA has to offer: her family, trail runs, the beach and exploring the fantastic food scene.

For more information regarding the company and WRISE please go to: 1. https://www.linkedin.com/company/flux-energy-systems, and 2. https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/wrise-los-angeles/ . One cool fact about Ms. Brown’s company is that Flux is 60% female.

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

LADWP set up for a land surveying event demonstrating and sharing land surveying knowledge, just overly BLESSED

LADWP set up for a land surveying event demonstrating and sharing land surveying knowledge, just overly BLESSED

City of Cudahy

the City Engineer Aaron Hernandez and City Manager Jose E. Pulido from the City of Cudahy, and the administrators, staff and faculty of East LA College

The AutoCAD Hands-On Experience 2019 class was given the task to identify various features city wide by using L.A. Accessor’s Maps, Google Earth, Google Maps and plot them on an existing base map on ArcGIS. This project was supported by the City Engineer Aaron Hernandez and City Manager Jose E. Pulido from the City of Cudahy, and the administrators, staff and faculty of East Los Angeles College.

California Land Surveyors Association, Los Angeles Chapter

Students from Animo Ellen Ochoa Charter Middle School reaping the benefits of placing FIRST in ELAC’s and CPP's 2019 Land Surveying Competition at East

Students from Animo Ellen Ochoa Charter Middle School reaping the benefits of placing FIRST in ELAC's and CPP's 2019 Land Surveying Competition at East. The funds were donated from the California Land Surveyors Association of the Los Angeles Chapter.